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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - November 26, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                LOGANSPOBT DAILY PHAROS 16THYEJLR WEDNESDAY EVENING iNOYEMBEB 26 1890 MO 181 JOHN GRAYS CLOAKS GLAUSIONE8 FIAT o7intry for lianiaaity He also com plained that nothing bad been said about Liehring Sea In regard to Ireland the jouse was told that a bill was in readiness jropoaing Irish local government Would A Sentence of Temporary Exil e I hat ft3auranca satisfy the country Was he house prepared to wait indefinitely ipoti the convenience of the government it was intended to deal with question of the day Cries of for Parnell BEEACE IN TEE SOME RULE BANKS All Now Goods No Advance on Prices Largo Stock to Select from Splendid Liyhtf to Soe them Garrrunls Come PH The jrrJuli Members KeKlcct the erowned Kinj ti Leuilemlilp inul Seem liTvvocubly TlitMoto Kitport thut a by Glnilntoriii to Iliruull Hull No Kffnct Opciiliic Skirinrxli in InrHatiiuiiit by Ualfour and Smith Crit by the i o M LONDOS Nnv Ji At GliilHtonca re qilfst John ilorliy hic to Iarnell u luttur which wrnta Morlny on Momlny Ijilur OlaU ttone HuviiiK nrrivcil at in to tMu c n cells I Larlhy on irr viii if Mr v Mr lustin Me town uml FRIDAY NOVEMBER 28 lubject me a lim that oiurders I iv n liktly to recrivu TniiTrc 1 Ntw bork Standard Aicxaa Ir Damns QJemenceau ai raniTfiiiiil MISS LAURA BIGGER Whilu tliimint t ih linn ion from Mr i ver luldrcsc 1 Iiliu iiiK tlnj nceiiHTlt of i lie SUTU Mr McCarthy i nt wlikli I IIKI OLAN OIKUA M M IM D MONDAY DEC J THETALANTED ACTRESS Suppor1 by Her Own Superb Drainatic Company Ac liy pros ami public thit pular THB FIWESWflRDRflBE THE BEST flRTISTS THE GREATEST PLpYS Is fulriiittiiiby alt ollur trouper Next week itnpiiri pconlc curi witness a til1 V ent pfrfratnunccs fnr Th 11Kty itf lit1 nwl Wn Xitfht tho irrout drtima cnlitlod M ASTKlt lull Stewart are i aiily uiul artlinM from Wort it1 iiml NIV Vork ali1 ut s drujf tnro TK Ti rl cil t FURNITURE from thy r McLtrtijy to y infurrnai in I me lUotlil to in issij afl ir thi Ihuinix Mr Liirniil althuuuli Itilnlly nmiivcil frfirn any i of rcsponiiii iiv vniu nv otlerilij I take tin nn oilVr riiniiii to ii liou jr nit wtiljli is ray duty to ila I 111 Till O O M Ililimnir o learn n greati Hear AsHitrunces from Smith Smith replying to Gladstones remarks leclareil that the government bsd the i wrongest hopes of a successful outcome j f tho negotiations regarding the Beh ing sea dipute As to tbe Stanley expe lition it WHS a voluntary enterprise aud me in regard to which the government ind no right to institute an inquiry Re poiing tile distress iu Ireland amp e neaures would be taken to meet the roubles of every district John Morlcy miniated that he would make a motion roticjrniiig tbe reeeucs events at Tipper ry J5mitli promised that there would e opportunity afforded for full discus ion on Tinperary In the lorIs Salisbury referring to tho jile ncctirreiices at I ipperary said that Jiu Nutiuniil leagues combination there iniinl to and coerce houost trad rs and there would be no hope of ra toriug prosperity 10 Ireland tin ess tbe aw vas so enforced as to destroy such omijiuations Speaking of the land bill e said tbe government lirmly pursued its of increasing the number of per otm interested in tlie land of Ireland aud films creating a moral political force vhich wulud trusLrate tbe efforts of po ci1 WILLFIGIiTJTOUT No Backdown on the McKinSey TarifFBill GOY GEABS EMPHATIC BEMAEZS liopu of a coia rintl to lit it mcuoary s for the U foinotroiv to with tim coiilu arrival Il that by ilmn Hit Mr iarni at splimliil aurvicos ll to hia country Stnt in the Icjuler litp wuulil liavu uDii 11 thu liiKlist ilinivi l and I Iliink I may you so fur i altovi as it canst of Ire arranted in ask in aiilhat such continii e wtvilt nit on iy mil effertivj iriind l posit ion of gre it vonld render my P i ibip of the Jjiltials iiainly upon l he pro many huirty the Irish cliii in bin t as i t lias oeeii M i tn t he Irish anse almost a nullity And Wauls IanuII Inininiiid This exfinioi my views I begged Mr McCarthy turegard as conlidviilial if e found thatMr 1arneli cimtemuUte 1 ipoitlaneous aciion bH I also begged him ke my views known tuthu Irish party at their meeting tomorrow il he lioiild tiiid that Mr Parnell had not in iliKluplation any step of the nature in 1 write you in case Mi Mc Jartby sliould he unable t o with Mr Parnell na I trideiiUnd that may possibly have au op iing touor through n not eian net Slum 11 you inivii such an opening I bug you to mako known to Mr Parnell the conclusions Hated herein Hint litur fiiads if Iarull JKICbS TH Our Designs NOIJU but the Iet Workmnnalup Allowed to Leave our Salesroom j ftr Henderson SODS ew 413 IIMADWAY Is filled an Entire New block of Miscellaneous Books Pictures Dulls feels Albums Etc iosr Jraao of in town Quote tho Lowest Pricos y u can kjof and I will boat tnisn easily TVio Stock at the PEARL ST STORE uii bo Closed Out Regard loss of cost Ill tl t 1iits quite iinl in tin liu U IVOlllll tLLl it 10 llS un in all piMbibility of cirry himi rule in Iiis lifutimo vinild luivr ilisiliipinril IuiiiilliliH IIilil ii JIuitiiiB It is Ifiriuil Mm vf i the iiuhlicUioi the litiLT f Morlfj Istotur iniiiilly snw 1aniiil iiinl urtcl liiin re nL Tho Oltljlicilion of till letluitnllsLd rent in the lnt ni4hc Ino Fiiriieliitus in t rmily ilUusu 1 tho luilter unit tinaily eiiiiil i E iruiiil iiliSt nj for H oclick The iniutiiii in lei to order without Pirnul wlici 11 iiiiOther p trt ot the The BUIUI ion was itiMusui ut some letigtli ami 1 inLhtr iiieituiL calleil for tuliiy Ir t that during IheOShea tral lluIaniilliUs lliBiiiulvei o iirnell no inattur what tliu usut oT the trial iiiinht be am1 not to tho sutuiraentof tha lviiHiii tiilitrnls Karly Ciiiifuroni IIuni Karly yuster lay tin of Iunell his friend ami icreived iviih mi ovation llesaiil in i hat he left his taio in his Illld would do what tliey desired Linresult was his rvelec inn as 1ailer 3y il ulliininious vote lleivas iresMit at f openitm ot p irliauieur all jtnal seat When he ho was oull Iie i adstutie in hoilv after u aril and M as also eheerel IllIrsli are furoils at Davitl f or j ing n the ontery for Parnelis retitviiient Lhi iisueiirion stnles tliar iPir lell persists in pnblte ieail jcship of the Irsii i laliss Giail itollb will ilecnilo ti r mnteirnio any Itlletrllnents tvi t liv ad lijs ti reply to thi Iei spieull in y euianate from liat source wil fnl i return to lilvirlu i nut ti ivapiiitr i parlianient aatti after the Cirislui is Fear Several Iiieal cindi iites have male writ teu of intetitioa lo ivitlnlfaw as tiny see eertaiil f they uo before lie Ilee ors wnle iaiuO wild Ialliell is Pirneilites openly Mselt that iney TAILED FOR OVER A MILLION Hiff Michigan Suit und Luuiber Coco puny in Trouble DKTHOIT Mich Nov Potts Salt and Lumber company which oper ites so extensivuly in northern Michigan ilei t wo mortgages Monday in tho city lieiksuffice covering uotus aygreyatiug ti vtilue more lluiu f000000 it ia looked ipou as the forerunner of another tre nenduus failure One mortgage which vas tiled secures notes to the Hiiioutltof Ihe companys attorney G K ilenry saysthat the iiiurtKtijjUsiniiy mean i failure 1lie liabilities of tho company ire phioil aL Sl5UOUOO hundreds of thou lamls ot which are nor secured The as lets are placed ut but this ia i ha railroad mill property etc vliich would be hard to realiz on IKiKiuls on the treditors lie added however that if the creditors ivill permit the business to be conducted iy the company all will be well tor the isstts at pur value ire worth tuico the iinount uectssavy to pay oil every cent lite If the creditors should insist on seixure aud the companys prop erty should ixo at a sHiriliee sale the re mit woull be bad ilr Potts has beeu 11 for some time and the embarrassment the Inn is attributed to bad niaiiage ent on the part of left iu charge THE INTERSTATE LAW A Chicago Sinn Figlitini One of Its fro CIIICACO Nov Blodgett of he federal court yesterday Charles the gruiu deal it1 50UO nnd ordereil him committed to n charge of the United States district jiuvshal until such line is paid Uoun leimaus olleise was his refusi to testify before tile Irderal unind jury regardim illeged violations of neree law by various lets to tlio Sujnemo Court attorneys will move for a ivrit of habeas corpus before Judge and upon a refusal an appeal vill be taken to the United States su preme court The question involved is whether the United Status call Not an I to 1e Hotted Nor a T Crossed Kqually Status of llefore the Pension Work Hie LifeSaving Frrh Ohio Gets a Kebiike Internal Itevenue Capital Notes WASHINGTON CITY Nov the members of tliu house now here no Dne is mure sought after by reporters than ilaj McKinlcy who arrived yester day He was asked yesterday whether he Republican majority of the ways and means committee would retuse o conider any proposition looking to the reduction of the tariff rates Well I would not like to say that they would refuse no Uo that said Mr Mc Kioley Why ilout vou ask me whether there will be any changes made in the law as it now stands The correspondent having assured the mnjjr that an answer lo the substituted juestion would be perfectly satisfactory he major went on in a positive tone to lay Will Stand by the Law I can assure you that in my best judg ment there will be absolutely no changes maoo in the turifl law during tho coming session wilh one exception I believe that congress will insert in the internal revenue seel ion the rebate clause which was inadvertently omitted by the clerk in tiie engrossing of the There is no the interstate coin railroads and ship joubtthat he conference committee in etnled that to remain iu the bill mil 1 expect that the mistake will be rec iliol 1 tliitik I ciin safely stute that here will bu tu other changes and the ajor smiled Guv Ocsir Is JCmphatlo At this point Governor Gear of Iowa who was Kitting beside Mr McKinley dur the touversation broke in with his contribution to tlie iiistory of tho subject No said he in his usual emphatic man ner there will be no other changes not mucli as a j it or a tittle not tha dot ting of an i nur the eiossing of a t not even the insertion ot a comma or n senui Let the law stand as it is t jrown ssiiitr the commissioner says tne internal rcVenue bureau is entirely uupro rided with the necessary machinery and ests that the ascertainment of tha sugars entitled to bounty be given to agricultural If this is not Jone an appropriation will be required to obtain tho necessary heip In case tha latter course is adopted he says he will make asupplementil report the sub ject A SERVICE TO BE PROUD OF the lileSiivers Have Done During the Fitst Year WASHINGTON CITY Nov Superintendent Kimbnll of the lifesav ing service has submitted his annual re port to the secretary ot treasury The number of disasters to documented ves sels within the field ot station operations Juring the year was 3S4 There were ou board I hese vesselsS 107 persons of whom 38 were lost The toial value of property imperiled was I75539J8 Of this amount 5451843 was saved In addition to thosa named there were during the year 1if caa uallies to smaller craft on whUh there were 20J persons of whom only 10 wers lost In addition to persons saved from vessels there were others rescued The total cost of the service was J9378d A SNUB FOR Tbe EiliniHte nn Ohio Man Had of the Civil Service Commission WASHINGTON CITY Nov civil service coniniifHion received a letter Mon day from a man in Columbus O offering them if they would raise his sous av erage on a recent examination from 05 to fO per cent and make him eligible to a position in the pension office Chiet Clerk Doyle of the commission at once wrote him declining ihe kind offer without thanks and telling him that sucii a trans action would render all parties concerned liable to criminal prosecution fine and imprisonment and furthermore that if his son had been eligible the commission would see to it that iiis name was at once stricken from the rolls THE STATE BUDGET Capture of a Sad Editor Late of Akron PIBE AT HEBRON rce a niati to become au informer by jrovidiug in Ihe Urv that his testimony ihall not be used against himself BOLD AND HEAVY ROBBtRY Iwo Thieves Uullovu Tlmlr Victim at Sucliol UtiliLtiilllliB Nov William Clark preidenl of the Shebojgan Uis Kleo ric Liylit and Power company was of JlOoOt last night while on his vny to tho North western station Mr Jiark had been in the city to raise a sum 31 money to pay off a mortgage and se iiiring he paid out for ma and placed the balance in a siichel ind started for home While ou his way ia was stopped by two men one of whom ihreiv M hat Mr Ciurk thinks was sand mo his face the other snatching his iiehel both making good their escape Lhere is no oue to the highwaymeu to stick by difeit ibe al The mean nl their Material Id In i IN THE HOUSEOir COMMONS Mimliii1 Kuibrni in to Vll lit There nothing Ixeiiiotially inler sfha to look at when parliament met Tut usual cheers for the lenders wers Uivin ou both sides When came iu the Conservatives sheer and uou as tne lrih members proere rifiveiy tl the Irtsh secretary liiinuriiS were qaickly gotten orer queens speech litetuid t Tho U G Jeters Failure GUAM KUIDS Mich Nov SB oi K G Peters the embarrassed Manistee millionaire held another meet ing here vesterdav with a majority rep resented The advisory committee ap pointed to investigate the assets and liu iiilii ies reported that the Peters Salt ami Lumber company was solvent with as aggregating and a surplus at SiouOOJ over liabilities Peters per lonul assets are about SoUOOOJ and liabil tes tOljOuOO leaving a surplus ot or both concerns Peters individual oa will be sold as soon as possible while he salt ami lumber concern will be run with Peters iu charge To Succeed Mayor Peck MiLWAUKKK Wis Nov Dem ocratic city committee has decided to dis pense wiih the formality oE a convention o name a candidate for the uuexpired rm of Mayor Peck and has nominated as he Democratic candidate Peter J Som the present acting mayor Many Ke puuliutuis as well as Democrats signed a sail for Mr Soraers and he will proba bly have no opposition whatever 12thSt Drue Store I ILL m m mm to rifunj t Uuarftntmw imu B F KeesHng dri of tbo l Loss i IV Spvrr iu of Iho scfi r T or f1 sent bf mail prp cv if che treatment fails to nM fvumne soldvoljbj W sol ageni Loifansport the mid the hour Ut arrived The tirst mau to take the noiir was I3ciifir woo nl to lay ou the it tne cab inet Tho Goveriiuiiirt lf lie gave notice of th ititeu i ot the novertnueit to f m1 iiiils deal aoiiCe that he proposjl to presetit a bill providing for the removal of those disa Dilites whieh make Kctnau Catholics un available as candidates for the otUees of lord chnuce lor of England or lord lieu tenant of Ireland 3aifour al an i nounced that he would reintrodnc the j Irih land biil on Thursday Smith inti j no that mo goverumetit would taka 2p the whole time oi tne lume until thj ending bills had beei read the second iime I Gladstone Has Some CrlMcIsm4 I Smith having said that the government irould not interfere in the ottcontroveirsyGlaclstoue iaid he thought loruething should bi done in that direc tion to TindicRta the leoutation of the gove him a hearty Low Wnttsr in the lltlov they bfcante quiet i Sr JoilX9 N B Nov aiieuory Jed to veil de Dunns mill at South Bay reeked The live yesietday morning by a b oiler cxploslou i four men have been taken from tlie ruiua and i is reported that thirteen more are missing water is said to have been 1 Hie cause I The First Democr ntic I DOVBT H Nov the city yesterday Henry R Parker Denv was elected mayor by 84 majority i The city government stands eight Kepub licans and seven Democrats a Democratic gain of one This is the first Democratic mayor Dover has ever had INTERESTING DECISION of Men lesertecl After lie WASIIINGTOX CITY Nov days ago Secretary Noble referred to Assistant Secretary Uusiy for Iiis consideration ind decision tho following communica lion from Commissioner of Pensions rlatitii in regard lo claims that arise uu letr the act of JuneT 1SOO ihe lavr re among other things a imuimum service of ninety days and seems to re quire also an honorable discharge there rom Where it is shown that the soldier served over ninety days and wa honora bly discharge reenlisted in the same or Dlhir organiKUion and was dishonorably liacharged or deserted therefrom would ae have status to apply for a pension un der the act of June i7 ISO if Gill lUisuivs Ueply In coucltHiliig an exhaustive discussion Df the legal aspect of the case Gen Bf3 iey says It is evident that if the soldier fter receiving an honorable Oischarga rorn the original service of ninety days iad never reenlisted lie would occupy a lensiomible status he might become a epenient pensioner the act of i une 27 1SU0 by reason of his service but he fact that he reenlisted put him back Dtothe service and rendered him non lensionable during his second term of en istmeiit The re enlistment is construed i continuation of the soldier in the nine service from which according to the lew law thsre must ultimately be an louorabie discharge as a prerequisite to wnsionnble dependence CouUl Obtain am Invalid Pension If the soldier were a claimant for in rulid pension under the general law his lishouoraole discharge so far from being ti bar would not impair his claim if based upon a disability incurred in the lino of liny But the act of June 27 1WO is not in act for pensioning claimants for pen sionable disabilities which originated in line of duty It is au act providing pensions for present dependence without reteienec to causes due to the service and a final ami honorable discharge is in such cases an essential matter of proof Tlie He Honorable An honorable discharge from thesierv ice under the soldiers tirst enlistment ltd not nor could it alone establish his title to petision on accorut of that enlist ment and it would be absurd to hold that he dishonorable discharge from the see nd enlistment was cure or neutralized the honorable discharge from the lirst A soldier cannot be pensioned at all un tier any statute without a fintU dis uge from the service and the act of JuneJ7 1801 requires bat sncli final dis charge shall be au honorable oneas acon litiou of pension under its provisions A Deserter Never Discharged In the case of desertion it is held now that a destrier is not discharged but is in the service and there fore in order that a soldier charged with Jesertion whether guilty or not may ac quire a pensionablestatus under this or any other act it is necessary that be pro cure au expurgation ot the charge from he records of the war department nnd thereupon tin honorable discharge from the service or that he shall have returned to the service subsequent to the record of bis desertion and btea thereafter honora bly discharged7 Immigration for the Month WASHINGTON CITT Nov October pist immigrants came to country against S9C31 in October ISStf Germany suppiieu 10110 England and Wales 6111 Ireland 4077 Italy 6599 Sweden aud Norway 405u Hungary 2 and Poland 1285 INTERNAL REVENUE They Wont Huston to Lead WASHINGTONCiTV Nov im pression prevails in this city that United States Treasurer Huston will resume tbe chairmanship of the Indiana Republican central committee within a abort time A large number of iettiis have been re ceived requesting him to take the man agement of tbe party in bis native state as soon as be retires from iiis official po sition aud these have been supplemented by appeals from Indiana Republicans iu this city and distinguished workers in he party from many other states So far Huston who is now at bis home in Connersvilie has given uo intimation as to what he will do but it is thought that lie will accept if he is formally asked to lo so An Echo of tho Gulteaii Trial WASHINGTON Cnr Nov Wil oxen of Freeport Ills arrived ere yesterday to consult the stsn raphers who took tbe report of he proceedings iu tha Guitean rial His father w ho was at that time years of age wis a witness in the case he old mans will is now being contested n the ground that he was not of sound tniud when the will was made and bis on desires Co procure a copy of bis testi lony in this case as showing tbe con itiou of his minjl at that time He will btain the Iiiormatiou as Ihe notes are till intact Freeport was tbe original ome of tbe Guiteau family Eight BiiilUinpa Burned at a of 940 Strike at Haute Money in The aoapoUtt with a Rail way ut Raging at IsuiASAIOLIS Nov following dispatch is received from Chicago Lorend M Noyer editor of The Akron Ind Eagle and postmaster of the town was arrested Tuesday by a Central station detective on a charge of forgery Noyer left Akron two weeka ago with belonging to other persona He went to Kansas City and later came to Chicago Sheriff Gist of Fulton countr traced Ibe newspaper rnnp to Missouri and from there to 177 West street this city Noyer is married and it was through letters writteu to him by his wife that bis locar tion was revealed Hotv He Gathered Shekels He was found at the Y M C A rooms Tuesday Sheriff Gast accompanied by Presbyterian minister arrived here iu he evening from Akron and took Noyer ack Noyers method of making money Ut of Ihe newspaper business was to orge notes on welltodo farmers and hen put them iu bank as coiliUeriU 4fter he had picked up in this mati he discharged his force of tors consisting of a 12yearold loy and eft Akron Nyer has an unsavory rec rd at Rochester Ind where he was in ie insurance business for several years WORK OF THE INCENDIARY L Forty Thousand JoIrtr Hhizo at 11 o if tile LoHeis tlEBKOS lud Nov incendiary fire early Tuesday morning caused a loss if StOlUO Eiiiht building were destroyed origin of the lire was unknown utitil n the afternoon when iu looking hrough the ruins the safe of Bryant 3owd Co was uncovered Upon cx initiation it was discovered that two uiles had beeu drillel in the door aud hat it had been forced open It i slip lossd that burglars entered the building mil after rifling tbe safe fired the bnild ng to hide their work Twelve ThniiRttixl In the Safe The lirm of Bryant D iwd Co is a vealthy one and their safe held about 2000 in currency notes and securities he firms losses aggregate about JJOOJD They are only insured for Tho ot her tosses are us follows G C Monier J K Bryant James White Katlcirt Mciutyre Ho iin fc Fischer J4M0 Willliam Wbite IllllSS f Ju Cooley WASHINGTON CTV Nov The aecre nry of tbe interstate comverce compuls ion has received a letter from Chairman jooley at Ann Arbor Mich aayingtbac e arrived there feeling but little effects rom fatigue Mr Cooley was ordered 3ome by his physician to recuperate from verwork His condition was not consid red serious while iu tbe city and is not now so considered CltiiIcsou GoiiiK to Europe WASHINGTON Cirv Nov SClark oa who lias beeu down at Aslieville N 1 a pretty sick man will it is said join he American colony in Paris about New Years Day He is to the south of ranee with bis family Mr Clarksons physicians have advised a long period of Mr Clarkson will remain in Eu rope for a year October Kxpnrts ami Imports WASHINGTON CITY Nov of merchandise from tbe United Statei dur ng October past were valued at H6 against in October 18S9 imports during Ociober past were valued at 872004751 aigaifct S6S740155 in Octo ber SSJ IruxMlitiit Adams IVHI Kisin BOSTON Nov President Charles Francis Adilms openly stated yesterday tbat IKwill resign tbe Union Pacific presidency at he meeting of stockholders iere not however write a let er f ion ABBREVIATE fTTELEGrlAMS U ML B RELIA A m ALPACA UNDERWEAR AND GLOVES Largest Variety Losvest Prices DEWENTER MAKE IT A POINT To Call at A HaukS placet And see tho Largest Stock of DIAMONDS WATCHES CLOCKS SILVERWARE SPECTACLES i NOVELTIES That was ever brought to Logansport low All Goods marked without extra cost To ho sold very 410 Broadway Do Tour Pauls Bag at the Knee Of course they do and naturally you vould like to overcome it Then Streeters Sensible Trousers Stretcher The only article of the kind that a tailor an recommend as doing the work thorough y without injuring the garment T C A Merchant O A1 Vjr Tailor Sole agent for Logansport born t oeday on a street i Motner and chiltl doing I Sad ilesinge in a Bottle j j BOSTON Nov bottle picked upon i the beach at Marblehead Neck Sunday j i contained a slipof paper on which was i following Foundered at ftater Witch Ih Sept Forivard to VJ Bow street London AcriT 1 Ten lost i Ttere is a great rusn ot setfreis for the recently vacated railway lands in OBrien i 50nuty Ia Hlthongh the title is still in i dispute before the United Slates coart Big Increase of UitficaUy About the Jtiigar Jiounty WASHINGTON CITT Nov 2t5 siotier of tbe internal ievenue btreau iu his report of the operations of his iQiee for the past year says tnat the s from internal revenue amounted to which is SU 700000 more tian for tiie previous year He esuimates fie receipts for tiie current fiscal year at 45 OfV o I esrimire a reduction iu of KOJOOOO iu tobacco receipts and SI i j iOOliOO in special tax receipts is allowed nriK The tat on oleomargarine feli off JSOOXW The cost of the internal revenue seirvice is stated at ft095000 or 2S2 per cent of the amount collected The estimated expense of the service for next year is fl262000 The 13oncity on Sugar Referring to the clause in the McKinley WJT wovidinir bouutj on torne A iaby was car in Uhicagt ivell The HuskeU bank of Haskell Tex CMpital ilOtxW hus been mihorizcd to begin busines The Fakiti funiily and over thirty oth ers of New York and Philadelphia are iu the English courts for a fortune of The Alabama lcU nttire is sill stuck on United Ma es senaor Pushs vo on th la bal o Luesday was 47 lacking lixiee f n U Mrs t lie divorced widow ff Uillinr F Sorey iatd of Tne Chicago Times hawon her suit for befoie the Illinois SUJT au Apprehen i iis are filt amony the print coth ficorv employes at Fall Kivr tlass of a cutdown in wages to tiefc that the mirketis overstocked with yoods The Cleb Lumber cornpinys at Cbebojiiiin Mich caught Cre Tusday a ui uimher docks tratnwavs ami oher to the value of 1200000 were destro e 1 Filimi re Mcsan 1 t risoner who jumpail from a trnin wiie beuii taken from M Carmel to Spriiiinei 1 Illsdiel at i e lattir place Tuesday The jump broke hineck and he live1 four days The British parliatnnt assemble Toe day and the queens speech was ren I Before the opening of tliesessjori tbe Irish members met in caucus formally ac knowledged Parnell as Tbe Cook county xrand jnry te turned 1ST indictments Tuslay for viola tions of the gumblian laws Nearly ev ery prominent book maker pool seller and gambling house keeper in Chicago was named Francis R Hives of New York a friend of August Belraont and with him a judge at the New York horse show week is of the same disease that carried off Belmont the result it ja said of a cold taken at the snow Sullivan ana OiJnea the IrzsQ envoys j were at Cincinnati Tuseday night and about THE C AND E I STRIKE Declared Off liecimao It AVas Not Prop TERKE HAUTE Ind Nov strike of the freight conductors and brnkeuieo on thi Chicago and Eastern Illinois road was declared off by tho strikers at G oclock Tiieiday evening and all hands returned to work A large amount of freight has accumulated at points along the line as uo freight trains have moved since Saturday night The men gave up the light for the reason that their griev ances had not been properly presented their organization refused to sanction the strike It is said that soon after they return to work they will take up the mat ter in regular order and that unless their are adjusted there will he a general strike o conductors brakemen firemen and switchmen all along the line THE INDIANAPOLIS SENTINEL A Chicago Man a OneFourth In lireat Therein IXDIANAPOLIS Nov 26 Bel ford Jr ofChicago a member of the Bel ford PublishingcOtnpany bought a fourth interest in The Sentinel of this city Tues day and succeeded E A Hackett iu the company S E Morss president of the company will continue in charge as man aging editor and no changes will be made it present in any of the departments The paper will be enlarged to eight pages Speaking of the partial change in owner ship Tuesday etreuitii Elitor Morss said that the policy of the paper woulJ be the same as in poll tici Hallway Ronut Coluroum COLUMBUS IndNov some time past an effort has been made by the city tlutnoritiei to induce the Pctiusyvania company to remove the tracks of iti main of the city limits Having failed in lilts thirteen suits were filed here Tuea day Hgainst the company for blockading sidewalks and storing cars upon the tracks within the corporate limits The company threatens to abandon the city making it a way station A committee oi citizens and railroad mn are to have n conference but there is little hope o reaching a satisfactory settlement Itase Unit at tlie Capital INDIANAPOLIS Nov T Brush returned to the city Tuesday anJ that Indianapolis might get into the Western n if it desired to do so Our only chance said he now seiins to be in that direction The Western asso ciation is going to b a stoug one this year I will likely be stringer than th American tissociatton I think it wil play under the national agreement thi year and some of the b st cities in th country wiil be iu the cir cuit Electric Railwny at Ldlorte LAPoUTE Ind Nov council at its metting Monday night granted a fran chise of the streets of tbe city to Snow Avery of Detroit who will construct au electric street railway line It is the intention of the builders of the railway to exteud the line next tosimmer re sorts on Piie and Stone id to tbe state Baptist assembly grou Failure at hsd Nov Sii Friedman Scheiricl Co proprietors of tiie Jasper sawmill planing and hardware store have made an assignment The Mate Bane Ball League PEItc Ind Nov AIcCuI lotigh of the Indiana Ball le tgue has issued a call for a general rueetiox in this ciur Dec 10 to arrange plans And a lor 1891 Ihe following cities will comprise the Peruv Anderson Fort Wayne Kokomo Marion Muncie Lafayette and Logansport the Schools PEBC Ind NOT Xenia tbto I Bounty diphtheria rages to such alarming extent that the pnblic schooli are closed church services suspended onblic for tilGAGO HAVE A SUBDIVISION OF YOUR OWN BUY AGRBS One Acre Lot Comprising 1O ol the Ordinary Lots 0X1V SIiV HACK VICUV THHMS Think of It 10 Lots Worth for by the fkre ofooi Lots ta ttfo Subdivision iittjoiiiliijr this property at juioiUMlii month nt an1 tni per iKre THE WAY TO GET RICH or two will Wi ffo In n y he ivciiJlhy ui ho stin1 c way or pJulcfc tin PH i cach TO t viilo1 Iliiyinjr airit thuir money Hiivfni the tlil facilities tor he pro up in tin iniiiietliiiU1 i liciiitrs nrv A nnlurnl irmwth of Chi huUlintr tin m in wy TOS will riinKO you rich n Umd ineroiipiunr tn valie rtipMly WAY TO MAKK MoNKV IS To INVKST IS CHICAGO HKAL KSTATK WILLIAM A MERiGOLD Co lWlVS SALLE ST CU1CAUO IIf for Infants and Children is so iretl adapted to children tha i recommend it as superior to any prLscnjjUo cnowii to me H A ABCHEII It D Ul Bo Oxford Brooklyn N Y CastoHa cnms Ooc Sour Stumacu Diarrhcna Enictauon Kills and dS tostion Without injurious medication Tuc CrxTAfR ASor 7T Murray Street M V nays Iso b are HonslfT Notes Messrs Cooper GISS liave pub lication of The Kokotno Satuidty Jour nal indi pendpiu in poitics ciel Cu t si n of Fra n k n has twelve living childtvu and Oil lay 1 ist week lie gave each of them Mr Cutsingtr gtiil has n handume fortune left John W Copner of Coving ton predict ed her deith and a few ayo Wiis found dend iu her bedchamber with hePhead Jyini in a of i ood deaih WHS due 10 the rupture of a blood j Tessul Sie wa t yeari aad a widciw Ttiesuicidp of Adam Kern of the bestknown fanners of Clinton township been intend o th Met thtt u vvomfQ who lived in Ms fanily had threatened to suit for Deduct ion against him Mr Kern bU innocence to the last FJ George of Pontto while hii the family was overcome n fainting spell feil She reunified hir only to fall tiie MJCOTI it tin and the last timi her struck a sone and her neck wis broken Ueatli was ia W H Stewart the treasurer of Carroll county in Iyin ill the resale of to ai investigation of tha accounts of Ms of whirh places the at The Gro Cement computy witli a of 45000 has ben It Lntpiirpoe oi tne corporarum o oeiolop li must oh and cement industry in tlie Vicinity of that village and a committee recently visited with samples of thy stone wns informed that it wiff admirably udipteil for the manufac ture of the finest quality of cement fames Shumakor of Siturlay obtain a divorce from bis wife ou the ground of intimacy with a neinhfwr When he settled up tho in the suit with tbe county dork he aske1 t hat a license to wed be him and Miss RTchpy and with n throe of the time decree m the di vorce Shuniaker and s Kitiey were made one VittitiliUM CHlCAGi X itifjeni ary fire ai 3Ji sinTe yetnrday morn ing caused a of fVJO and wry nearly resuUed in the death jf people A policeman a niin a bund of vtraw and throw il into ttie baBement of the building The ffi cr caught the fire bug but was to let him go in order to turn in alarm The filled two buildings and altujzcther peisons were rendered unconscious Tuey here all rvsuscitatetl however aad are ai right Kansas has more miles of railroad than all the England states put to gether Sbe has 1159 more miles than New York whose population and wealth Kansas four to one Sbe haa i more than the great states of Pennsyl vania Iowa or Texas The U S Govment officially re ports ROYAL Baking Powder superior to all others in leaven ing strength It is the best and most economical   

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